Belarusian Railways will increase the frequency of its inter-city rail services during the European Games due to take place in its capital Minsk next year.
Russia's Vladimir Morozov won the men's 100 metre freestyle final at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Cup event in Singapore today, becoming only the second man in history to swim sub-45 seconds.
The battle at the top of the women’s overall standings in the Swimming World Cup intensified on the first day of the seventh and final event of the series in Singapore as points leader Sarah Sjöström inflicted the first 100 metres individual medley defeat on rival Katinka Hosszú. since 2014.
As Singapore prepares to host the seventh and last meeting of this year’s International Swimming Federation’s (FINA) World Cup programme, some of the world’s leading competitors are readying themselves for a final effort.
Vladimir Morozov excelled on the first day of the International Swimming Federation World Cup in Tokyo as he won two golds, equalling a world record and setting a World Cup record in the process.
More gold for Hosszu and Morozov as Beijing's Swimming World Cup ends in Water Cube that will soon be an Ice Cube
Hungary's three-time Olympic champion Katinka Hosszu and men's ranking leader Vladimir Morozov of Russia finished with four golds as the Swimming World Cup in Beijing came to a close at the Water Cube, the 2008 Summer Olympics aquatics venue that will soon become the Ice Cube to host curling events at the Beijing 2022 Winter Games.
Gold and silver on the second day of the Swimming World Cup in Beijing was enough to lift Hungary’s Katinka Hosszú over her rival Sarah Sjostrom to the top of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) list of performance points.
Russian Vladimir Morozov recorded two victories as Katinka Hosszú got the better of Swedish rival Sarah Sjöström on the opening day of the Swimming World Cup in Beijing.
Tokyo will host the opening event of next year’s Swimming World Cup series - which involves qualifers for Tokyo 2020 - the International Swimming Federation (FINA) have announced.
Home contender Vladimir Morozov and Sweden's Sarah Sjostrum set World Cup records on day one of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Cup series in Russia.
Russia's Vladimir Morozov earned two gold medals to carry the men's series title race to a final day at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Cup in Singapore.
The penultimate leg of the 2017 International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Cup is scheduled to take place in Tokyo over the coming two days as athletes look to add to their points' tallies going into the final stage in Singapore this weekend.
Nathan Chen of the United States has won the men's gold medal at the first International Skating Union Grand Prix of Figure Skating event of the season in Moscow.
Sweden’s Sarah Sjöström and Hungary's Katinka Hosszu continued their domination of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Cup on the opening day of action in Hong Kong.
North Korea look set to be represented at next year's Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang after Tae Ok Ryom and Ju Sik Kim booked their places at the International Skating Union (ISU) Nebelhorn Trophy in Oberstdorf.